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April 6, 2017

Hopping Into Spring Dining

A basket full of bunnies and flowers!

These bunnies hopped right into my garden basket tray and are thrilled to have something this tasty to munch on!

 I wandered about at Kohl's the other day and spotted this seagrass handled tray.  They're half off so if you want one I'd get it now before they're gone.  I nestled some green vine, lily of the valley and pansies in it to make a garden like setting.

 A while back I ordered this from Pottery Barn.  It's a 50" square topper and it works great with my little 42" dining table.  This washed up really nicely - came out of the laundry like this!


 I decided to use my chunky grape vine dishes with the galvanized metal chargers.  The silver napkin rings pick up on the silverware and the colors from the napkins pick up on everything on the table.

 I chose these Fitz and Floyd (Trellis pattern) glasses again because of the chunky design and liked how it pairs well with the chunky white grapevine dishes.  All three white, green and pink dishes are by Bordallo Pinheiro.

 The bunnies are by Fitz and Floyd.  Part of the "Poppies" group they had out a long time ago.  

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13 comments:

  1. Love your cute bunnies. Hopping into spring is lovely. Such a pretty and welcoming table. The table topper is perfect. I suppose I need some pink cabbage bowls...lol. Everything looks so pretty and perfect for spring.

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  2. This is too darling Liz! You created a beautiful and sweet Easter setting...it's just so happy! Have a wonderful Easter!

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  3. Adorable! Love the bunny centerpiece and how you nestled them in the "garden" in the basket. Lately, I'm a big fan of checked patterns and your tablecloth is terrific. Great dish stack too!

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  4. Absolutely charming, Liz! Love those Fitz and Floyd dishes and bunnies--How nice everything looks. ♥

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  5. These bunnies are nestled so cute in this basket! I've never seen galvanized chargers before but I'll be on the lookout for them now. Pretty table Liz!

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  6. I love all of Fitz & Floyd things--from Christmas to Easter. That is a cute basket--and the table looks lovely. Your tables are always very sweet. xo Diana

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  7. Hi Liz, Your centerpiece is adorable. Love the bunnies and your table is beautiful. You really could publish a book of tablescapes for reference!! I'd buy it!! Have a great weekend ahead. xo

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  8. Okay, I love that the bunnies are in a basket of flowers. And I love the blue check tablecloth, especially the soft, almost faded vintage look of it. And the dishes, so nice.

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  9. Beautiful Liz...I love everything about this table...from those adorable bunnies to that beautiful topper and those dishes accompanied by the wonderful color and pattern of the napkins! Another beautiful tablescape Liz! Have a great weekend!

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  10. What a beautiful table, Liz! Love those bunnies and love that you created a garden in the basket for them! The colors on the table are so pretty and Springy! Have a great weekend. It is cold again today but by Sunday we are to get WARM and one day at 80 next week!!! I THINK Spring may actually be here. yesterday was rain and WIND and our grill actually blew all the way across the deck, down the steps and onto the patio!!! We are hoping it still works as it was fairly new:(

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  11. I adore your bunny table and your basket centerpiece is beautiful! You can find some treasures and great buys at Kohl's but it's like going on an Easter egg hunt...you have to be quick!

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  12. Liz, those bunnies are adorable! They look just lovely sitting in your pretty basket. Your dishes are perfect, and I adore those pretty floral napkins. They just look like Spring! I hope that you have a Happy Easter!!!

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  13. The basket was the perfect nest for your little bunnies. I love your plate stack, the galvanized chargers (I have been eyeing those in the stores), the ornate grape dinner plates and those green lettuce and pink cabbage plates, stunning! Thanks for sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

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